|Vincen has been a photographer for over 25 years. Although it has been just a hobby, it has consumed much of his spare time. Just as many in the field, he has made the transition to the digital format. The type of photography he normally takes he has termed Diginat (Digital Nature). He also does Diginata (Digital Nature Altered).Just like many Diginat's, he can often be found either in the outdoors, at zoos, botanical gardens or even natural history museums. Although he has been a photographer for so long, he has also been an artist for much longer. He has had a love for drawing since he was very young, although those early works were clearly abstracts. The recent advancements in digital manipulation and computer graphics have made this hobby much more interesting. He has also done a considerable amount of writing, as can be seen on this profile. Even though these insights are small, they still having much to say. He has also written several books.|
Based upon Einstein's theory; The amount of energy required is equivalent to its mass times the speed of light squared. The speed of light is considered a constant, therefore the only variables would be the amount of energy required and the mass of the object. If all components of the theory are considered variables, then it could be said that if an immense amount of mass (the cosmos) was acted upon by an unrestrained amount of massive energy, then the speed of light squared would need to increase. So it is quite possible that this is the scenario.
Another interesting perspective on light, is that light is measured by how it is reflected off of an object. So the properties of the object as well as the media with which the light transitions may affect the actual measurements of how fast light is traveling. It is quite possible that unrestrained light in the right medium can move quite faster than standard scientific theory suggests. There is the possibility that it may even be close to or even instantaneous.
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